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Stigma among dementia patients in Canada as of 2017

This statistic depicts the percentage of Canadians that believed people with dementia were more likely to experience select types of discrimination compared to people with physical health conditions, as of 2017. According to the data, 54 percent of respondents believed Alzheimer's disease or dementia patients may be socially rejected or avoided, compared to 23 percent who believed this would occur among those with a physical health condition.

Percentage of Canadians that believed dementia patients experienced more stigma than those with physical health conditions in select ways as of 2017

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Release date

March 2018



Survey time period

November 9 to 14, 2017

Number of respondents

1,506 respondents

Method of interview

Online survey

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Statistics on "Alzheimer's and other dementias"

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